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    A SIDE HUSTLE expert has revealed a money-making opportunity that could earn you more than $1,000 a week, but you better start soon. TikToker Kristian Momiroski said you can sell Christmas-themed t-shirts without ever having to print or send anything yourself in this super simple side hustle. 2TikToker Kristian Momiroski has revealed a side hustle that could earn you more than $1,000 per week before the holidaysCredit: TikTok/knrndigital 2He said you can sell t-shirts with Christmas designs on them by using Canva, Printify, and PinterestCredit: TikTok/knrndigital The savvy business guide said the opportunity is free to start, but it'll only work from now until Christmas. "The sooner you start the more you'll make," he said in a video. "It creates passive income, and it's quick to set up." While time is ticking to start this side hustle, Momiroski luckily provided viewers with some key tools for designing and selling the holiday tees. read more side hustlesSAVVY SELLER My easy side hustle makes up to $5,000 a month - you don’t need any experienceEASY MONEY My 'mall' side hustle makes me...
    THIS simple side hustle can earn you up to $2,000 a month and is perfect for beginners looking to score extra cash. The hustle is selling books on Amazon and TikToker by the name raikenprofit_official swears by it. 1Stephen Raiken said this Amazon side hustle is perfect for beginnersCredit: raikenprofit_official In fact, it’s so easy that even his retired mother does this and earns anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000 a month. This allows her to take home about $1,500 to $2,000 in profit. The TikToker’s real name is Stephen Raiken and he now teaches amateur hustlers how to start selling on Amazon - specifically books. He said it’s one of the easiest side hustles anyone can start that requires little to no work and no experience. Read More on Easy Side HustlesEASY MONEY My 'mall' side hustle makes me $7,300 per year - you do absolutely nothing GET THAT MONEY I make $3,000 a month with my writing side hustle "Start by looking around your house, go to some thrift stores. you can start for less than $100 bucks," Stephan...
    IF you are concerned about privacy, then adjusting your phone and computer settings can help protect your data. Most default settings on your phone and computer have a purpose, but with a slight tweak, you can tailor them to your own needs. 1If you are concerned about privacy, then adjusting your phone and computer settings can help protect your data.Credit: Getty Here are three settings big tech doesn't want you to change – but you probably should. Location tracking Apple stores your location data on your device to make suggestions based on what it considers 'significant'. You may see these pop up as calendar events or map directions alerts. Read more on phone settingsCHECK IT Millions must check iPhone setting today – it could be dangerous not toI-PRICE Millions told to change iPhone setting today – ignoring it could cost you Some may consider this to be intuitive, but not everyone is a fan. To clear the data follow these instructions. Head to your Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services. Then tap on Significant...
    A DESIGN pro has offered five style tips for beginners in order to create the perfect space. Liz Lovery, an interior designer who goes by @lizlovery on TikTok, said that color choice is key when figuring out space. 2Lovery is a TikTok interior designerCredit: TikTok/lizlovery 2Modern, Farmhouse, Eclectic, Shabby Chic, Transitional, Contemporary, Art Deco, and Rustic are popular stylesCredit: TikTok/lizlovery Lovery’s first suggested step when decorating your house is to decide and stick to a color palette. “If you feel stuck or if you're not sure where to begin, number one, choose a color palette and determine whether or not you're going to be working with warm tones or cool tones,” she said. Lovery noted that warm tones contain a lot of yellow and orange and cool tones use a lot of blues and silvers. The next step is to decide what you want the room to feel like when you're in it. Read More on DesignDUPE SCOOP I'm a designer fan but this Skims dupe I found may be better than the real thingDESIGN FAUX PAS I’m an interior...
    A TEEN is able to make up to $5,000 a month all from the comfort of her couch. Sisters Maddie and Skye Cawley are known as the Young Entrepreneurs School on TikTok and YouTube. 1The sisters have over 28,000 TikTok followers At only 17 and 20 years old, they’ve made over $160,000 in their first year in business from their e-commerce store. After starting multiple businesses, the two sisters decided to share their knowledge with other young entrepreneurs like them. In a recent TikTok, the teen shared how you can make an extra $5,000 per month with no money needed to get started.  Her process is simple and perfect for people who love online hustles. Read More on Side HustlesLIFE'S A BALL I'm a teen making $2,100 a month from my side hustle - how my strategy worksGETTING PAID My delivery side hustle made me $99 in an hour – what I did She said on TikTok that in the first month of selling, her sister and she were able to make over $10,000 in the first month. She shared...
    TRANSCRIPTION services can score you over $700 daily, but it may take a while to make big money. Janine is a TikToker, content creator, and hustler when it comes to earning extra money. 1Janine is a content creator and blogger with nearly 145,000 TikTok followersCredit: kneeneebop As a self-prescribed digital nomad, side hustles are the perfect gig for her to grab cash when she can and from anywhere in the world. She shared a video on TikTok explaining how she is able to make up to $720 a day. Her hustle is transcription services and Janine uses the platform Rev.com. It’s a company with in-house staff and freelancers that provides transcription, translation, and captioning services to companies like PBS and Comcast.  Read More on Side Hustlessplash out I made $177k from my side hustle thanks to a feature in my house millions haveEXTRA CASH I tried five popular TikTok side hustles but earned $20,000 in three months Below are a few of her tips to get started. 1. Stick with it Good things come to those who wait, and with...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Lolo Jones, 40; Jesse Williams, 41; Jonathan Silverman, 56; Maureen McCormick, 66. Happy Birthday: Being informed will help you get your way. Protect your position, reputation and status by welcoming what others think. The knowledge you gain will help you appease anyone who opposes your plans. Don’t limit what you can do because you are too stubborn to give an inch to get a mile. Your numbers are 4, 12, 22, 26, 30, 37, 46. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Be patient, thorough and protective. Take money matters and dealing with institutions seriously. Look at alternative methods of how to use your money wisely. Aim to build a secure future that offers peace of mind and the comforts you desire. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t let your concerns consume you. Be open to suggestions, consider all your options and don’t get in over your head. You may desire change, but don’t make a move to satisfy a whim. Be smart and sit tight. 3 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Getting along with your peers,...
    FUMING Ronnie O’Sullivan sensationally accused the world final referee of “looking for trouble” after an explosive Crucible row. The Dream Final turned toxic as the Rocket slammed Belgium official Olivier Marteel during the first session of his Betfred World Snooker Championship finale against Judd Trump in Sheffield. 2Ronnie O'Sullivan clashed with ref Olivier Marteel during his World Snooker finalCredit: Twitter 2O'Sullivan was fuming as Marteel accused him of making a possible 'gesture'Credit: Twitter The ref warned the world No.1 about making a possible “gesture” in the eighth and final frame of the afternoon session. O’Sullivan, 46, strongly denied he had done anything untoward and then tempers rose as he pointed his finger accusingly at Marteel. He raged: “What gesture? Tell me, what did you see? Tell me, what did you see? “You saw nothing. You saw nothing. Go and look at your camera. You saw nothing. Don’t start, don’t start. Go check your cameras.” READ MORE IN SPORTCON TOO FAR Conor McGregor & Jake Paul in Twitter spat after UFC star's Jimmy Savile jibe Marteel refused to repeat what the...
    President Joe Biden on Tuesday confirmed that the United States has observed Russia moving supplies of blood towards its border with Ukraine, saying it showed that Vladimir Putin was intent on war - as Ukraine's foreign minister made a swipe at Biden and insisted there was no such thing as a 'minor incursion' of his country.  Biden strongly condemned Putin's actions in Ukraine, and detailed the sanctions against senior Russian figures - which were swiftly laughed off by the Russian ambassador to the U.S.  He also confirmed reports, which first emerged several weeks ago, that Putin was moving blood supplies to the area.  'Russia has moved supplies of blood and medical equipment into position on their border,' said Biden, speaking from the White House. 'You don't need blood unless you plan on starting a war.' There are believed to be 100,000-190,000 Russian troops surrounding Ukraine, and on Tuesday a huge military convoy of more than 100 military trucks with soldiers was also seen heading towards the Ukrainian border.  President Joe Biden announced in Tuesday remarks sanctions on two Russian...
    A SURPRISE tax bill can be an unwelcome shock to anybody - but there are steps you can take to reduce the risk. It comes as the tax filing season has started for another year, with the IRS generally accepting tax returns until April 18. 1We round up a few ways to avoid a surprise tax bill If you file electronically and you're due a refund, you'll typically get the cash in 21 days. On the other hand, if you've paid too little tax, you may be forced to pay the IRS a substantial amount. To prevent it from happening next year, we round up a few tips below. Check your W-4 When starting a new job, you typically complete Form W-4, dictating how much your employer needs to withhold from each paycheck for federal taxes. Some wrongly assume it’s a one-time activity, as you can actually change your W-4 any time. Most read in MoneyCHECK AGAIN Automatic new $1,400 payment to be sent in days after huge $660 boost depositedMEAL DEAL How to apply for EBT and...
    MilosStankovic | E+ | Getty Images People have the best of intentions. At the start of a new year, millions make resolutions — goals they want to reach throughout the upcoming months. Getting a handle on money issues is usually near the top of many such lists. The most financial popular goals are paying down debt, saving for emergencies, budgeting better and saving more for retirement, a Bankrate poll found. The problem is that most people fail to keep their New Year's resolutions. "It is so easy to get off track," said financial expert Steve Siebold, author of "How Money Works." "Everyone wants to make more money, save more money, invest more," he added. "But when it comes down to it, we tend to react emotionally instead of logically and that is the downfall." There is some good news, however. Those who made resolutions at the start of 2021 are more optimistic about the future than those who didn't, a survey from Fidelity Investments found. Eighty-one percent of respondents who made resolutions said they will be better off financially in...
    AS joyful as the festive season is, there's no denying the strain it puts on our bank accounts and wallets. And that's probably why January has many of us counting our pennies ensuring we have enough dosh in our pocket until payday comes around. 2You can saved hundreds a month without even trying using this simple tipsCredit: Getty But luckily, there are some easy ways to save a fortune without barely even noticing and budgeting experts at thinkmoney have shared them with Fabulous. You don't have to miss out on the things you love either - so start the new year the right way with a savings goal in mind. Jonny Sabinsky, Head of Communications at thinkmoney said: "If the last 18 months have taught us anything, it’s that we always need a safety net during hard or unexpected times. Don’t fall back into the trap of living paycheck to paycheck.” Keep an eye on those small purchases It’s easy to treat yourself to a coffee on the way to work if that's your guilty pleasure. ...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Christina Aguilera, 41; Katie Holmes, 43; Brad Pitt, 58; Steven Spielberg, 75. Katie Holmes (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: A glimpse of what’s possible will push you in a new direction. Positive thoughts and actions will open doors. It’s up to you to make your dreams come true. Don’t sit back and wait for things to come to you. Look to the future with optimism, and choose trust and honesty as your virtues. A lifestyle change will benefit you. Your numbers are 7, 10, 24, 32, 35, 44, 49. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take the path of least resistance. Now is not the time to start a fight or to bicker over something you cannot change. Focus on your strengths and bank on what you know you can do, and you’ll achieve peace of mind. 4 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): An intelligent move will help reset your plans. Discussions with family and friends will offer insight into possibilities and give you the courage to stop procrastinating and start putting your plans in...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Lacey Chabert, 39; Marion Cotillard, 46; Chris Jackson, 46; Fran Drescher, 64. (L-R) Fran Drescher, Kimberly Guilfoyle and Jamie Colby (Photo by Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Do what needs to be done to keep moving forward. Refuse to let the little things slow you down. Put your heart into what brings you the most joy, and turn any negative situation you face into a positive one. Speak up, share your thoughts and be the one to make a difference. Engage in activities that nurture the soul and encourage personal growth. Your numbers are 6, 17, 22, 29, 31, 38, 49. ARIES (March 21-April 19): You’ll need to muster up discipline if you want to finish what you start. Refuse to let someone lead you astray with a tempting offer. Finish what you start before you kick back and relax, and you’ll have no regrets. 2 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t mix business with pleasure. Someone will use emotional tactics to throw you off guard. Stand your ground, and follow through with your plans....
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Zendaya, 25; Zoe Lister-Jones, 39; Gloria Estefan, 64; Lily Tomlin, 82. Happy Birthday: Express the way you feel, and get your priorities in order. Refuse to let emotional matters stifle your progress. It’s up to you to make things happen and navigate your way to the place you want to reach. Set goals, prepare and educate yourself to ensure you can fulfill your dreams. Change begins with you, so get moving. Your numbers are 5, 12, 21, 27, 32, 36, 40. ARIES (March 21-April 19): You’ll accomplish the most if you work from home. The less you deal with outside influences, the better. An emotional problem will surface if you cannot agree with someone in a position of authority. Pay attention to the rules and regulations. 2 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Get in touch with someone you haven’t talked to in a while. The information you receive will help you formulate what you want to do regarding your current position or lifestyle. Take the initiative to bring about positive change. 4 stars GEMINI (May...
    At least seven people have suffered 'severe poisoning' after eating or drinking at a German university, police have today revealed. Officers say they fell sick after consuming food or drink at the Darmstadt Technical University, in Darmstadt, near to city of Frankfurt in central Germany.  Police are urging anyone who feels unwell after eating or drinking at the university today to seek medical attention. A 'bluish discoloration' of the fingers and toes is one of the signs of poisoning, officers say.  They have urged those who feel unwell 'not to move' and to call the emergency services immediately.  Police say it is not yet clear what the poisonous substance is, however they say early investigations show 'several mil packs and water containers' have been 'mixed with a harmful substance'.  Local police said in a statement on Twitter tonight: 'So far, we know of seven people who, after consuming various foods and beverages in the "L201" building of the Technical University, have shown signs of poisoning, among other things.' Officers say the people fell sick after eating or drinking at the...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Madelaine Petsch, 27; Anna Akana, 32; Andy Samberg, 43; Robert Redford, 85. Madelaine Petsch (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)  Happy Birthday: Stick to your plan and finish what you start. Do whatever it takes to accommodate trends. Align yourself with people who have something to offer. Look at your strengths, and find a way to use them appropriately. Do your best, and make the most of your skills and your time. A steady pace forward will lead to better days ahead. Your numbers are 7, 12, 19, 23, 30, 38, 47. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Stick to your original plans, regardless of what others do, and an opportunity will present itself. Utilize your ability to take charge physically, and you’ll gain respect and the support you require to head in the direction you desire. 2 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You’ll have tunnel vision when it comes to getting what you want. Your mind is overworking, and your ability to source out what you need to get ahead will be on target. The time is right...
    MILLIONS of families are finally set to receive child tax credit payments worth up to $300 from today, July 15. The expanded child tax credits are worth up to $3,600 for each child, but will be issued in monthly installments between July and December. 1We explain what to do if you haven't received the child tax creditsCredit: Getty The second half worth up to $1,800 will then land in bank accounts, or as paper checks, once your 2021 tax return has been processed in 2022. If you don't want to receive it as advance payments each month, you can opt out and will then receive the cash as one payout next year. The credits are worth $3,600 for every child under the age of six and $3,000 for every child aged six to 17. Meanwhile, those with dependents between the ages of 18 and 24 who are enrolled in college full-time can receive $500 for each. Who's eligible for child tax credits?MOST families are eligible for child tax credit (CTC), as long as the children are either a US citizen, US national,...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Megan Rapinoe, 36; Dave Haywood, 39; Edie Falco, 58; Huey Lewis, 71. U.S. Soccer star Megan Rapinoe  (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  Happy Birthday: Impatience will cost you. Slow down, smell the roses and give yourself plenty of time to figure out what you want to do next. Taking a different approach may be frightening, but it will also be an entry into something new and exciting. Embrace the future with optimism, and use your experience and insight to do what’s best for you. Your numbers are 9, 13, 22, 25, 34, 35, 49. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Put your heart on the line and show someone you love how much. A kind gesture or romantic advance will bring you closer to long-term plans. Honesty and honoring promises will seal a deal. Use your skills to fulfill a professional dream. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Reconnect with people or organizations you know you can lean on for insight and suggestions. Emotional situations will lead to uncertainty and confusion. Be reasonable, and you’ll develop...
    LeBron James attempted to spin his Twitter rant bashing the NBA as being sympathetic toward the fans, but Fox Sports’ Colin Cowherd wasn’t forgiving of the Lakers’ superstar. On Wednesday, James ripped the NBA for rushing the start of their current season, which he believes is leading to a rash of stars getting injured in the playoffs. “They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season,” he wrote, “Sorry fans wish you guys were seeing all your fav guys right now,” added LeBron, who claimed a December start date was too soon, considering Covid forced the 2020 NBA Finals to end in October. “Don’t be I told you so guy in a pandemic,” Cowherd said of LeBron during his Fox Sports Radio show Thursday afternoon. “The NBA got a terrible break. The pandemic hit in the middle of their damn season!” Cowherd added. “They lost 50% of their audience, $1.5 billion. They were hemorrhaging money, they were hemorrhaging viewers. They hadn’t solved the pandemic, our president, our White House hadn’t!” Normally an NBA season is completed...
    The wilderness is a place miles away from civilization, where tall trees shroud areas in darkness and animals come alive at night to feast on unsuspecting prey – and Americans are sure they could survive its dangers. A survey shows the average person thinks they can live in the great outdoors alone for 16 days, but 83 percent think they do not have the ability to start a fire using only flint. Not only would most Americans freeze in the woods, but they might also die due to the fact only 14 percent are able to differentiate poisonous berries and plants from edible ones. However, 63 percent or respondents reported having a 'newfound appreciation’ of the wilderness after last year where millions of Americans were under some type of stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus pandemic. Scroll down for video  A survey shows the average person thinks they can live in the great outdoors alone for 16 days, but 83 percent think they do not have the ability to start a fire using only flint Previous research has found that...
    Prince Harry was today blasted by a royal expert for being 'the victim again' after saying that he was born into extraordinary privilege - before hinting that he believes this has changed since he quit royal life with Meghan Markle last year. The Duke of Sussex revealed that when he and Meghan first started dating they 'pretended they didn't know each other' in a supermarket to hide their relationship. In a wide-ranging interview he also admitted to hating royal life so much he wanted to quit in his 20s and that Meghan has concluded: 'You don't need to be a princess.' Harry also said of privilege: 'I truly believe you can move along the spectrum as well, wherever you were born you may start in one place but that will change over time'.  He told Dax Shepard's 'Armchair Expert' show that the couple tried to stay 'incognito' during his wife's first trip to stay with him in London in 2016, where he lived at Kensington Palace, texting items for their shopping list from across food aisles. Harry also compared his...
    A black man attempted to discourage Antifa members from committing violence at the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota protest, according to a video posted April 14 by journalist Brendan Gutenschwager. In the video, the man approached the protesters and shouted, “Hey! Hey! … Don’t you dare start this shit. Not here tonight! Not here tonight! Don’t you start this shit tonight!” (RELATED: ‘Get The F**k Out Of Here!’: Video Shows CNN Staffer Almost Knocked Clean Out At BLM Protest) “Don’t you dare start this s***” A man briefly tried taming the line of umbrellas, standing between them and police and discouraging agitation of the police #BrooklynCenter pic.twitter.com/V0qNdrqpyV — Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) April 15, 2021 A non-visible Antifa protester behind an umbrella said, “We didn’t start it.” The man said again, “Don’t you start this sh*t tonight!” Someone else chimed in, “The one’s behind you are the ones that started this shit,” referring to the police officers who appeared in the background. The man responds, “Hey! Hey! Not here tonight!” A visible Antifa protester appeared and said, “There’s no such thing as...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Kellan Lutz, 36; will.i.am, 46; Eva Longoria, 46; Bret Michaels, 58. will.i.am  (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Apple Music)  Happy Birthday: Look at the possibilities, dream a little dream and start heading in a direction that brings you peace of mind, hope for the future and a realistic plan to help you reach your destination. Enthusiasm, discipline and information will encourage the success you desire and the help you require to excel. Charm will help convince others to join you on your journey. Your numbers are 9, 11, 19, 21, 26, 30, 41. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Branch out, and you’ll discover new possibilities. An opportunity to switch courses from one field to another will give you something to ponder. Follow your heart, and take the path that offers personal, professional and financial peace of mind. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Put unfinished business to rest before you start something new. Find out where others stand before you voice your opinion. Information is power; the more you know, the easier it is to...
    This content is sponsored by Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital. If you are not a winter person, then you must be ready for spring. Here are some tips for getting your pet ready for the spring season. First, if you don’t have your pet on year round heartworm and flea/tick prevention (which is recommended in our area as our winter season is unpredictable), you should have your pet tested before restarting in case they were infected while off of the prevention. Getting back on prevention if they’ve been off is super important to “prevent” exposure as it is no fun chasing flea infestations on them or in the house. Preventing heartworm disease is much better than having a sick pet and expensive treatment ahead. Ticks can transmit several diseases, some minor, but some can affect kidneys or other parts of the body, so again, prevention is key. If you have been hibernating and your pet has not been as active, when you start getting them out, gradually build up to extended walks and activity times. You don’t want to go from couch potato to...
    IT'S a cruel fact of life that we only ever remember that the washing machine has finished its cycle when we've already gone to bed. But while we usually force ourselves to get up and put the clean clothes in the dryer, cleaning experts have claimed you can leave them in the machine for up to 12 hours before they start to smell damp. 1NINTCHDBPICT000639427784Credit: Getty Images - Getty Lucinda Ottusch - an expert at the Whirlpool Institute of Fabric Science - told the Mirror that you don't have to remove damp clothes from your machine straight away. Instead, the expert says you can leave them in there for between eight and 12 hours - but after this point, you need to hang them up to dry straight away. What's more, Martha Stewart has previously said it's fine to leave clothes in the machine overnight. In an interview with Today, the American businesswoman and cleaning expert said: "I would say that it's perfectly all right. One way you can kind of tell is if your washing smells all right. That...
    With five startups under my belt, this is what I’ve found works best. March 2, 2021 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Even if you’ve got a fantastic product or service as an entrepreneur, guess what – you still have to connect with customers and get some sales under your belt. There’s debate, though, about whether you should focus on public relations or marketing first. In most cases, it’s wise to concentrate initially on public relations. Related: Want to Do a Public Relations Push? Focus on Social Media First. The big difference between PR and marketing Public relations and marketing are two very different animals. PR is all about building relationships with people and establishing your brand image. Basically, you want to get word of mouth going so people realize you’re available to do business with. In contrast, marketing is about promotion. It’s a natural step after PR to effectively deliver your products or services to the people who have heard about you through your PR efforts....
    Well, it’s that time of the year again. The time when Hallmark ads spam your google searches, florists, supermarkets and even petrol stations prepare for a floral explosion and every singleton stocks up on wine to sob the night away. Yes, sigh, it’s Valentine’s Day. 3Dating expert Janna has shared her views on Valentine's DayCredit: jana_hocking/Instagram As a perennially single person, the week leading up to the dreaded V-Day is usually spent quickly swiping right on the apps, in the hopes of receiving a floral delivery to my workplace by someone I’ve managed to quickly go on a successful date with. Surely this has to be the year?! Spoiler: It won’t be. Now, there are a few ways you can handle this year as a singleton. You can either grab your closest girlfriends, a few bottles of wine and sob-watch The Notebook and pondering why you haven’t managed to meet you own Noah. He wrote to her every day for a year and I can’t even get a text back! 3Sorry girls, no pressie - he's probably not that into youCredit: jana_hocking/Instagram...
    Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren issued a scathing condemnation of Wednesday's violence on Capitol Hill, taking direct aim at the "anarchist animals" who left her "appalled, disgusted" and "sick to my stomach." "I never thought I’d see the day when some Trump supporters – many who I thought were my fellow patriots – would act like the very thugs and anarchists we’ve spent much of the year condemning," Lahren said on her Fox Nation show "Final Thoughts." "Whether it was Antifa and leftist agitators sprinkled in or truly just angry Trump supporters, I am appalled and disgusted by your behavior." HANNITY CONDEMNS CAPITOL VIOLENCE, CALLS FOR PERPETRATORS TO BE ARRESTED AND PROSECUTED Lahren, an outspoken Trump supporter, told viewers that she supports peaceful protest against "what I, too, believe was a fraudulent election. I am not disappointed in you for your anger, your passion or your frustration. I am right there with you on all of that.  "But," she added, "I am beyond disappointed that the very people who proclaim to respect each other, respect law enforcement and respect basic decency would act in that manner. That...
    Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren issued a scathing condemnation of Wednesday's violence on Capitol Hill, taking direct aim at the "anarchist animals" who left her "appalled, disgusted" and "sick to my stomach." "I never thought I’d see the day when some Trump supporters – many who I thought were my fellow patriots – would act like the very thugs and anarchists we’ve spent much of the year condemning," Lahren said on her Fox Nation show "Final Thoughts." "Whether it was Antifa and leftist agitators sprinkled in or truly just angry Trump supporters, I am appalled and disgusted by your behavior." HANNITY CONDEMNS CAPITOL VIOLENCE, CALLS FOR PERPETRATORS TO BE ARRESTED AND PROSECUTED Lahren, an outspoken Trump supporter, told viewers that she supports peaceful protest against "what I too believe was a fraudulent election. I am not disappointed in you for your anger, your passion or your frustration. I am right there with you on all of that.  "But," she added, "I am beyond disappointed that the very people who proclaim to respect each other, respect law enforcement and respect basic decency would act in that manner. That...
    December 20, 2020 - December 26, 2020 THE Dog’s week looks promising and full of opportunities. There is a fascinating encounter on the horizon for these pups so they should be prepared for whatever comes their way. ????  Follow all our latest stories on the Chinese Zodiac. 6Dogs will need to stay on task this week in terms of workload Monday is off to a weird start in terms of work, Dogs. There is a ton of demand coming from superiors and not enough hands jumping to help ease the workload. Stay patient and on track, if you start worrying about others you will get distracted and not get anything done. Worry about yourself first and deal with the rest later. Midweek, a really fun encounter could happen with someone special. Try and free your schedule Wednesday or Thursday to allow time for spontaneous dates. Don’t be so rigid with how things should be, and instead let things flow and happen naturally. The idea is to have fun, not to be miserable getting caught in the logistics of it.  6Monday...
    Democratic political leaders have given token statements denouncing violence and rioting in cities across America, but have failed to take meaningful action, former NFL running back Herschel Walker told "The Story" Friday night. "It's not [a] peaceful [protest] when they say you have got to disperse," Walker told host Jon Scott in response to reports of a third night of unrest in Louisville following a grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case. "It means you have got to go home, [but] they didn't go home. They moved to another place." Walker, who won the 1982 Heisman Trophy as a junior at the University of Georgia and who addressed the Republican National Convention last month, added that "every governor should be punished who is going to let people be injured because there is not a peaceful protest when you have police officers that were shot earlier. "We need law and order right now in the United States of America." TRUMP'S WORK FOR BLACK COMMUNITY 'UNPARALLELED TO ANY OTHER PRESIDENT' OF PAST 50 YEARS: DEM LAWMAKER Walker added that all Americans, regardless of race, want to live in a...
    katleho Seisa For most Americans, deciding when to claim Social Security retirement benefits will be one of the biggest financial decisions they ever make. But the difference between the right or wrong decision can be costly. The typical beneficiary age 65 and up relies on Social Security for half of their income. But if a worker claims before their full retirement age — typically age 66 or 67, depending on the year in which they were born — their benefits will be permanently reduced. Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards "The earlier the claim, the steeper the penalty," said Shai Akabas, director of economic policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center, which recently released a new research paper on the topic. Waiting to claim benefits beyond age 62, the earliest possible age when a worker can claim retirement benefits, pays off. If you wait until the full retirement age of 67, you will receive more than 40% more per month than you would at 62, Akabas said. Delay claiming until age 70 and you will receive more than 75% more per month....
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 TAKING another look at a postponed project, perhaps with a travel twist, works out well as the full moon radiates new ideas. This time you can really get moving. Three numbers that link together in your past are ready to make a future combination – the passion might start quietly but soon has such a lot to say. 1 ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 You feel your true, ambitious self standing tall and looking for a fresh challenge. Now you see the perfect place to direct your skills and take your name to a whole new world. In love, don’t be shy about feelings because a partner is waiting to hear them. Single? A cash machine queue is rich in love rewards. ♊ GEMINI May 22 to June 21 You are an ace fact-finder as the full moon rewrites learning directions. You pick things up so fast, even in totally unknown areas, so don’t be afraid to ask those tough questions about a relationship...
    She was texting at the stoplight and kept texting after the light turned green. She had to be honked at and then she got going, but not before adjusting her face mask. Pulling down her mask to text must be akin to turning down the radio when you are looking for an address. As for masks in cars, I have no opinion. Doesn’t seem likely to me that I am going to catch a virus while driving. And why people wear them on hot days while jogging or bicycling is beyond me, but I hold no mask-wearing citizen in political suspicion. We are so far down the road to complete insanity that wearing or not wearing a mask presumes your ballot box identity and your ideological leanings. If you wear a mask, the non-mask wearers think you are a fraidy cat who doesn’t understand that COVID-19 is a liberal hoax intended to help push Donald Trump out of office. Not to mention you mask wearers would certainly gather to protest at the drop of a hat, wouldn’t you? And the...
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